Zack Snyder’s ‘Rebel Moon: Part One’ Promises His Shortest Movie Runtime

Director Zack Snyder’s much-anticipated space opera, “Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire,” is set to break records for brevity in his filmography, boasting a runtime of just two hours and 13 minutes. This marks his shortest film since “Sucker Punch” in 2011.

Snyder’s upcoming cinematic venture, which originally started as an unsuccessful Star Wars proposal, is primed to land on Netflix later this year. The first installment of a two-part epic, the movie stars Sofia Boutella in the role of Kora, a enigmatic warrior who rallies the inhabitants of an isolated farming settlement in their resistance against a despotic galactic ruler.

Moreover, fans of Snyder’s work can look forward to extended editions of both “Rebel Moon” and its sequel, “The Scargiver.” These director’s cuts are anticipated to append an additional 45 minutes to an hour of content to each film. Notably, the extended versions will carry an R rating, affording more room for intensified violence, explicit language, and mature themes. Snyder has previously hinted that these extended cuts will delve deeper into character development.

In essence, Zack Snyder’s “Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire” not only promises a thrilling space opera but also a shorter, more intense cinematic experience, while leaving the door open for even more extended, R-rated adventures in the future.

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